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: this couple lives on top of the hill overlooking the bridge. >> you're used to it. woke up and thought we lived in napa or somewhere. >> it was so quiet. >> we heard a bird singing. >> reporter: that's also the sound of money not making its way into the city. >> we usually stay busy until 9:00. sometimes we have to tell people that we're closed. >> folks, sorry to have to scoot out of that story. we want to bring you live. the construction update from caltran. >> here's the construction update. construction continues on schedule. the progress has been good at the tunnel. all pave iing into and out of t mouth to connection that section of the bridge has been completed. today the work will focus inside the tunnel. and later today they'll be washing the inside of the tunnel. demolition continues to move forward as well. they're removing a 1,000 foot-long section of the original westbound approach out of the toll plaza onto the original bridge. that's causing a conflict with the bike and pedestrian path in oakland. they are scheduled to have that completed by late tonight or tomorrow morning.
court judge tomorrow morning at 9:00 a.m. >> we hope you'll enjoy us earlier time on monday morning. morning news eric thomas and kristen sze and traffic reporter will be on a half-hour earlier than usual that is monday at 4:00 a.m. on abc7 morning news. >> we have assembled a range of resources for you in case of a bart strike. download our exclusive traffic app for free on apple's app store. >> this morning in san francisco police are investigating a stabbing that left one person fighting for their life. it happened near the intersection of 22nd and folsom. one victim has life-threatening injuries. the other people were not seriously wounded. they got a call of a group of people fighting around a liquor store. they did arrest one suspect. >>> in developing news, possible progress in the search for a missing only mother and criminal defense investigator. they found a body in the same area where they were searching for sandra koch. >> search crews discovered a female body in unincorporated vacaville in looking for sandra koch from oakland. the body was found within the search grid i
boats will be used by bay ferry. samtrans says it will provide a shuttle service from the daly city and colma bart stations. caltrain may add additional service but that is just as trains and crews are available. a.c. transit plans to add buses and bart still hopes to round up 95 buses with the possible addition of concord and san leandro. new poll from the bay area council suggests that public is largely opposed to a strike. they find 70% of those surveys are against the walkout and 30% support it. >> we're losing money and time. >> she almost lost her job when bart went on strike. she commutes in from the east bay. she works at a tech company and says her employer is not lenient when it comes to attendance and family. >> last bart strike there was a requirement to be here. it was a huge inconvenience. i had to find a way to get him to school and get to work on time. >> after work when she couldn't pick up her son on time she paid the price. >> it cost me almost $120 just for the late fee. >> those bills add up area council estimates the economic impact. >> it costs us about 7 3 mi
, it was right there. >> i had gotten used to it. you have this gorgeous meadow, hillside, beautiful trees and -- blah. >> reporter: it was built right along a fault line and was deemed the most seismically unattractive building. quite a few people have been buzzing around the neighborhood looking for the best vantage point. on campus, they snapped their last pictures before the sun set on this tower that first opened in 1971. inside, crews used jackhammers and blow torches to soften the structure. 450 pounds of explosives will be used to make the building lean and collapse on itself. >> we expect it's about a 10 to 12-second event, and it will go from a 13-story tower to about a 30-foot-high pile of debris. >> for those looking to watch the spectacle, the k mart down the hill will offer the safest vantage point. police will be cutting off streets to the campus. >> this is an icon in the region, and to see it come down i think will be fantastic. but safety is first. >> reporter: for those who live nearby, dust will likely be a concern. >> i just bought a box of dust masks, so we'll hand th
the cloudiness increase slowly in the reservoir giving us sufficient time to make adjustments to the system so there will be no disruption in water service to any of our customers. >> reporter: local water supplies can be tapped into as a backup but it is a big source of power. it keeps the lights on inside every public building in san francisco. and keeps mumi rolling. two out of three powerhouses are offline to prevent lines from arking and endangering firefighters. but they may already begin. >> we don't know the condition of our pa silt, electric transmission lines. our powerhouses. our -- cottages and houses we have up in the sierra. pg&e and is selling power to the city to make up the difference. >> looking out porous. devastate spd of the smaller businesses. didn't have a simple thing like water. >> reporter: steve says he does not take his water for granted. protecting the supply is now a challenge. from a wildfire still raging. >>> authorities are planning another search for a missing east bay toddler. 22-month-old 22-month-old daphne webb was reported missing by her father in july. t
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